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Do You LIKE :) or DISLIKE Ubuntu Unity?

  

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Do You LIKE :) or DISLIKE Ubuntu Unity?
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Submitted:  Mar 19 2011
Updated:  Nov 1 2011

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 waste space, not configurable

 
 by Triceratops on: May 3 2011
 
Score 50%

I don't like. Because it is not configurable (how to set size and icon spacing)?

Not only the icons and spacing are enormous, the bottom portion is wasted displaying irrelevant info (the Apps to Download).

I don't understand the mind of the designer of this interface. Instead of displaying better what I have in my computer, 30% of the menu space is used to dosplayed what I don't have in the computer. I bet you in the next version the screen will be filled with things like "books you don't read yet" or "people you don't know" or "here are a few things you don't need"


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 Re: waste space, not configurable

 
 by chainedghost on: May 3 2011
 
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1)I'm sure the configuration options will come in time, development will continue.

2)Unity does the exact opposite of wasting space - it maximizes screen space. The icons may be big but they autohide when you need them to.

Workflow is much better for me with unity than it was with the classic desktop. The only thing I miss is Emerald.


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 Mr. Horse doesen't like it

 
 by XAHydra on: May 3 2011
 
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"No sir, I didn't like it!"

I tried it. I gave it an honest shot. I couldn't stand it no matter how hard I tried.

It felt like a giant phone and I have never been able to stand global menus.

Not for me I guess. Maybe for someone else.


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 Unfortunate

 
 by geistschatten on: May 3 2011
 
Score 50%

I see Ubuntu going down a destructive path. They are trying to stay at #1 so they designed Unity which is horrible and I can only see appealing to tablet users.

They need to go back to their roots and keep creating high-quality releases with fresh artwork, themes, and bullet-proof design.

After using both Gnome Shell and Unity I would have to vote for Gnome Shell over Unity (although I dislike both). I wish they had just used something like Cairo-Dock for the quick launcher and maybe Enlightenment as the window manager.


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 I do not like and do not thing

 
 by endbyte on: May 5 2011
 
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for my taste and my practicality is just an unnecessary interface does not provide anything useful or anything really practical if you ask me to define unity in one word I would say: "UNNECESSARY"


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 Unity

 
 by PaperlessTiger on: May 6 2011
 
Score 50%

Now, let me get this straight. Zeitgeist tracks your computer activity. Unity exposes this track record. Just in terms of physical access, this means that any casual user can quickly review your computer activity track record. The potential for mischief is mind boggling. Who would want this?


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 The sad reality

 
 by endbyte on: May 7 2011
 
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11.04 operating system speaking I can say is perhaps the best, the more stable, more robust and fast as all previous verson created, but was sad that in a system as good version put an unnecessary or rather interface useless simply by giving developers the opportunity to explore new forms of user interfaces, gentlemen word says it should not focus on doing what units as programmers like but what "the user" it is more practive, useful, productive and taste. a programmer should not set focus on their own needs and tastes, gentlemen please remove a menu of applications on a user interface and replaced by a search application is really incredible and foolish who would think that it is practical for a user system, in addition to that interface got in trouble "compiz" who came running fine until now and just say well done for ruining something that was already well on the simple idea of ​​allowing developers to explore new ways interface is complete nonsense, UNITY is something useless, impractical, unnecessary and only you must like the programmers who made the 11.04 version of ubuntu "THE BEST".


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